Retired from medicine in 1999 after 27yrs as GP in Barton upon Humber. Fully active as a clasical organ recitalist, I am curator of the City Hall concert organ in Hull and have just released a CD, on the Amphion label, featuring this instrument.
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I have been a professor at the University of Hawaii since 2001. Prior to that I was Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the Mandel School for Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. I am currently working on restorative justice in child protection, virtue ethics in the helping professions, and classroom assessment to promote better teaching and learning.
Sad to report death of Malcolm McKelvey on Dec 29th 2005. He was Head of Music 1958 to 1962 and much of the little I know about music, I owe to him.
Having left Bristol University in 1989 I worked in the City of London and then in Private Banking & Investment Management in Grand Cayman, BWI. Marrying in 1986, relocated to Luxembourg. Now living in Surrey.
I have been living in Mexico for the past 32 years but return each year to the Brighton and Hove area.
After 6 years as Head of Legal Services at Arcadia Group, I recently set up my own company, Trade Law Matters (www.tradelawmatters.co.uk) to provide basic legal training to people in business.
I cannot believe it is almost four year's since I last visited the Pelican website. and twelve since I left Brighton College. My generation is far too young to habitually check the obituaries, but we are starting to produce the next generation of Brightonians, and also compare premature greying or hair loss. though I still have mine.
I can't believe that 15 years have already passed since we were throwing our hats up in the air after that final recital of Jerusalem in the college chapel. Since then so may things have happened. I did my after A level studies in France and then went to work in the city as a shipbroker and I am still doing it 13 years on and absolutely loving it.